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Training for choral singers

From long rehearsals to demanding vocal lines, choral singers' voices face huge challenges.

Having been a member of The Glyndebourne Chorus himself and as a musical director leading choirs in Brighton, Stefan understands the pressures choral singers face.

Whether you're a complete beginner who'd like to join a choir, a singer preparing for a solo in an upcoming concert or a seasoned chorister who'd like to improve technically,

Stefan's tailored support can help you access your range comfortably.

In addition to one-to-one sessions, Stefan also offers training for choral singers in Brighton.

Find out more about Stefan's unique approach to choral work in his blog.



         Singing lessons are helping me get to the best possible sound more quickly, even when the music is new. I also find working on solo songs is fun and really important for building confidence, so that even if I’m the only bass turning up on a Sunday morning for my church choir or have to take on a solo quartet it doesn’t bother me at all. The Estill work has given me more colours to play with and I know now what to do if I want to project or if I need to sing very quietly.

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